Letter to the Readers : How To Make Paperboats and Newer Beginnings

We’re back! In saying goodbye to the graduating seniors of the Scribe, the last edition was bitter-sweet. We’re delighted, however, to come back with a whole new take on the magazine. While we loved being a purely creative magazine, we believe we hold a far more substantial responsibility in the privilege of being a homegrown entreprise read by such large numbers of you. On that note, the Scribe is  growing into something of a cultural magazine : with commentaries on music, food, movies, books and even an opinion-based current affairs column! Alongside the regular creative pieces, of course.

In light of our new purpose as a magazine, we’re really excited to introduce you to our incredible new team! Each and every one of them has worked tirelessly on crafting their own pieces to perfection, while also curating content created by their peers. We’re incredibly proud of their work on this first edition and can’t wait to see what they come up with next.

We’d also like to thank you, our readers, for continuing to support The Scribe. Thank you for reading, contributing to and engaging with the content we publish in any way. We love and appreciate you, our lovely community of people, very much.We urge every single one of you to express yourselves, in any form you can imagine — photography, poetry, art, or prose  through this magazine. You can also send in opinion-based pieces on really anything under the sun, even if it does not have a strong creative basis. It’s a huge honor to be able to enable a platform for the Aditi community to voice themselves, creative or otherwise.

Finally, we’d like to thank Mr. Jayarajan and Ms. Joshi for their constant support of The Scribe, without which none of this would be possible.

The theme for this edition is : “How To Make Paperboats”. The paper boat is a symbol of the  new and innocent- while also, representing ambitious beginnings, and adventurous voyages.

We really hope you enjoy reading this magazine as much as we enjoyed creating it!

Chief Editors: Panu Hejmadi, Meghna Gaddam, Siya Kumar and Ishana Girish

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